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In true D16 style, Nepheton recreates all the functions and sounds of the machine it emulates - Roland’s TR-808 in this case - and throws in a few extra tricks for good measure.
While these aren’t as numerous as in Drumazon, the company’s 909 clone, all the drums do have extended controls in comparison to their 808 counterparts. These include the Sweep knob for the kick, which dictates the range of its pitch envelope, and the snare’s Decay knob, which lets you make the sound as tight or as splashy as you like.
It’s not the most flexible drum machine on the market, but if you’re after that kicking electro sound, Nepheton is a sure-fire winner.4 Stars